Total War: Shogun 2 Previews - PC

Total War: Shogun 2
Game Description: Shogun 2 will feature enhanced full 3D battles via land and sea, which made a name for the series, as well as a tactical campaign map. Featuring a brand new AI system inspired by the scriptures that influenced Japanese warfare, the millennia old Chinese “Art of War”, the Creative Assembly brings the wisdom of Master Sun Tsu to Total War: Shogun 2.
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    Total War: Shogun 2 Gameplay Preview


    Total War: Shogun 2 releases soon, 10 years after its predecessor. Adam Sessler gets a preview of the upcoming title's 16th-century feudal Japan storyline, single-player mode, multiplayer mode, and 3D map.

    Posted: Feb 22, 2011 | 9,257 Views | 02:19

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    E3 2010: Shogun 2: Total War Preview

    Creative Assembly heads back to Japan with their sequel strategy game, Shogun 2: Total War.

    Posted: Jun 18, 2010

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  • Total War: Shogun 2 "Fall of the Samurai" Expansion Trailer

    Posted: November 28, 2011

    1,837 Views | 01:54

  • Total War: Shogun 2 Video Review

    Posted: April 7, 2011

    13,591 Views | 02:36

  • Total War: Shogun 2 Multiplayer Walkthrough Video

    Posted: March 11, 2011

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